Kelly McGonigal describes two Interventions to Foster Positive Change
Health psychologist and Stanford lecturer Kelly McGonigal walks us through, two of five, scientific studies that show the self that’s really good at change is not the self of self-crtiticism – it’s the self of self-acceptance.
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Kelly McGonigal, PhD, is a health psychologist and award-winning lecturer at Stanford University. A leading expert on the mind-body relationship, her work integrates the latest findings of psychology, neuroscience, and medicine. She includes contemplative practices of mindfulness and compassion from the traditions of Buddhism and yoga. She is the author of The Willpower Instinct and Yoga for Pain Relief.
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Join Kelly McGonigal for a free video – Establishing New Habits for Positive Change
If you’ve ever felt a bloom of satisfaction as you started your regular morning run, you know that adding a beneficial new behavior to your life is more than possible. It probably took a good deal of time and effort to make that an everyday reality—and even before that, you took the conscious step of committing to that process …
As a longtime researcher into what makes the interplay of mind and body tick, our friend Kelly McGonigal discovered that a successfully instilled habit—whether it’s that morning run or writing 100 words a night—tilts on that first decision. It’s not something to take lightly or jump into without looking first. Fortunately, Kelly has gathered more than a few tips and tricks over the years.
We invite you to join Kelly for a free video teaching on how to initiate habit change that you can watch right now. During this video teaching, she’ll speak about the important process of choosing a habit that will bring you lifelong benefits.
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